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RUFC - Chuckles at Don Valley

RUFC - Chuckles at Don Valley

Rotherham United's honorary presidents, Paul and Barry Chuckle have taken time at the end of their latest tour to visit Don Valley Stadium and meet Chairman, Tony Stewart.

Speaking to the Official Site, Paul said, 'It is sad to leave Millmoor especially as Barry and I were born just a few hundred yards from the ground. But given the problems at the ground it is a positive decision to make and we should applaud Tony Stewart for being so brave.'

'Moving away from Rotherham will be good for everyone,' brother Barry said. 'It will make us all think how much we want a football team in the town. Building a new stadium in Rotherham could be the biggest turning point in the clubs history.'



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Writer:Herringthorpe
Date:Thursday June 19 2008
Time: 5:02PM

Comments

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Well said the Chuckles, onwards and upwards!!!
rybel_b
19/06/2008 17:07:00
0
To me, to you!
PooliePoolie
19/06/2008 18:57:00
0
I wondered how long it would take for a to me to you response!!!!
dazza71
19/06/2008 19:51:00
0
Saw them on Calendar tonight, giving off very positive vibes!!
rybel_b
19/06/2008 20:27:00
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no- they moved on now, it's to donny to sheff-lol
millers4eva
19/06/2008 23:10:00
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Positive vibes and they looked like they needed their thermals on! lol
herringthorpe
19/06/2008 23:17:00
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